At a meeting of the Security Council on May 5, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Turkmenistan, Muhammet Khydyrov , reported on the fight against traffic violations and the optimization of traffic in the capital and velayats, the state information agency TDH reports .
President Serdar Berdimuhamedov reminded the official of the last meeting of the Security Council on April 6, at which Interior Minister Ovezdurdy Khodzhanyyazov was fired for violations of traffic rules by drivers in Ashgabat . As the TDH writes, in this regard, Khydyrov was ordered to “eliminate the shortcomings allowed while observing the traffic rules” in a short time .
At the same meeting, Prosecutor General Batyr Atdaev cited more than 30 examples of bringing speed violators to justice, two-thirds of whom turned out to be acquaintances of the president. After that, HT noted, the Police Road Supervision Service tightened control over compliance with traffic rules in Ashgabat, and residents and drivers of the capital received SMS with a request to comply with traffic rules.
In addition, to strengthen road safety, the Minister of Adalat (Justice) was instructed to consider draft laws to be improved and submit their proposals.
Then the president instructed the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to take measures so that the convicts pardoned on the occasion of Gadyr gijesi “join society and improve their lives.” The head of state ordered to keep a full record of people who returned from places of detention in the internal affairs bodies and, together with the khyakimliks, to work on their employment.
On April 22, Serdar Berdimuhamedov pardoned 514 convicts in honor of the Night of Omnipotence. Then the Minister of Defense, together with the heads of law enforcement agencies, was instructed to deliver people home as soon as possible, and the heads of velayats and cities were entrusted with their employment.
Berdimuhamedov also noted the high probability of fires in the summer, when the temperature is high and the grass dries up - and ordered to prepare for their prevention.
Source: Chronicles of Turkmenistan